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Police called to break up bonfire party by COVID rule-breakers find sex doll hanging from tree

Ellen Manning
·2-min read
An illegal bonfire party with a blow-up SEX DOLL hanging from a tree at Aylestone Meadows nature reserve in Leicester. See SWNS copy SWMDDOLL: Police broke up a group of Covidiots having an illegal bonfire party with a blow-up SEX DOLL hanging from a tree. Officers attended Aylestone Meadows nature reserve in Leicester after receiving a report at 6.20pm on Saturday (20/3). The South Leicester neighbourhood team tweeted it
Police shared a picture of an unusual bonfire party that feature. a blow-up sex doll hanging from a tree. (SWNS)

Police stumbled on an unusual scene as they broke up a group of COVID rule-breakers having a party in a nature reserve.

Officers called to an illegal bonfire party found not only a group of people meeting up against coronavirus restrictions – but also a blow-up sex doll hanging from a tree.

The bizarre discovery was made by officers called to reports of a party at Aylestone Meadows nature reserve in Leicester on Saturday evening at 6.20pm.

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The South Leicester neighbourhood team shared the find in a tweet, along with a picture showing a group of people around a bonfire while the doll hangs from the tree in the background.

The tweet said: "I never thought having an evening foot patrol on Aylestone Meadows I would discover this in the woods.

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It added: "This was quickly stopped and everyone told to go home."

"Please we have a part to play in helping the community follow the rules."

Leicestershire Police could not confirm if any fines were handed out for flouting lockdown restrictions.

A police spokesperson said: "Persons [were] having a gathering with a fire in a wooded area.

"Officers attended and persons [were] moved on. The fire was put out."

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